join the movement to #makelawbetter
Phase II of #makelawbetter: create a database of legal innovators who bring experience, expertise, and energy to the current coronavirus crisis. Legal innovators can join the movement by completing the form below. Leaders who need our help right now as they make exigent decisions in the face of this crisis can access the growing list of capable human resources in this spreadsheet.
In a moment that demands our immediate reaction to preserve systems of justice already under incredible stress, we have the opportunity to be PROACTIVE. We can make choices and take actions NOW that #makelawbetter far beyond the moment of this crisis.
At a minimum, we must maintain the accessibility and functionality of all systems that support the rule of law and functioning of civil society during the coronavirus pandemic and in its aftermath. To do this demands new and different ways of thinking and acting.
We are the helpers. Join us.
- Cat Moon, #makelawbetter provocateur
Director of Innovation Design @ Vanderbilt Law
@inspiredcat | c.moon<at>vanderbilt<dot>edu
March 22, 2020
I'm a legal innovator and I want to help 👊
See the spreadsheet below for a growing list of legal innovators who want to help #makelawbetter, or perhaps simply #keeplawopen.
What kind of help, you ask?
First and foremost, help understanding how different and new ways of thinking, often coupled with technology, are CRITICAL to finding and implementing the best solutions to the many challenges all sectors of the legal spectrum currently face.
Not all leaders in law are well-versed in either innovation or technology. You may need help.
In a matter of hours, more than 70 legal innovators have signed up to help. People who have been thinking and doing differently to leverage technology and #makelawbetter. This list will evolve shortly into one organized by area of expertise and experience to make it easier to navigate and find exactly the kind of help you need.
We are the helpers. Ask for our help.
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